7 Responses

  1. Tyler says:

    I LOVE the photos in this post. Smiling railroaders, trains in the blue hour with and without falling snow…what’s not to love? I’m not a huge fan of the cold (can it just be October forever?) but I do love railroad photography in the snow!

  2. Doug says:

    great! thanks for sharing

  3. Christopher says:

    It looks like most of the railroad people really don’t mind having their pictures taken. How about various passengers? It appears as if as long no securigoons or hostile trackworkers are lurking about, there’s little objection. Thank you so much for all this neat stuff.

  4. Lee says:

    Very nice pictures. I admire your bravery to stand outside in the cold and snow to take them.

  5. Fantastic photos, as usual!

  6. Al Cyone says:

    Great pictures, as always.

    I thought that 1888 might have been the so-called “Year Without a Summer” but that was 1816 (snow fell in Albany on June 6).

  7. Old Skool says:

    Emily, you must have been one cool cat getting these pix for us. Your rapport with the folks who run the railroad comes thru in the various portraits. Thank you for some beautiful stuff.

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